With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
In the last of the series, Carrie the mountain-rescue dog helps to save stranded climbers. Stereo
Written by Roy Apps Stereo
Cat-and-mouse mayhem. Rpt
Special guests this morning include Canadian actor Leslie Nielsen, star of Police Squad and the Naked Gun films, British ski-ing champion Martin Bell, and Belinda Carlisle, who provides the music. Andi Peters goes behind the scenes of the popular drama series Casualty. Plus cartoon fun.
Presented by Andi Peters, Emma Forbes, John Barrowman, Trev Neal , Simon Hickson, and Ratz the Cat.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson previews the day's action.
12.25, 3.30 Racing
From Ascot, with races at 12.45, 1.20 and 3.40. Commentary Julian Wilson , Jim McGrath , Peter Scudamore.
From Aintree, featuring the 12.30, the first race to be run from the Grand National start since the fiasco last
April, the 1.00 and the 1.35. The 3.20 race will be shown at the end of the rugby. Commentary Peter O'Sullevan , Richard Pitman , John Hanmer.
1.50 Rugby Union
Scotland v New Zealand, kick-off 2.00pm. Live coverage of the whole of this
Royal Bank of Scotland international. "Scotland always raise their game to tackle the All Blacks, says BBC commentator Bill McLaren , "but it's never been quite enough to beat them."
Indeed, Scotland's best result against the mighty All Blacks was the 25-all tie at their last Murrayfield meeting. "Maybe this time," adds McLaren. "It would make Scottish rugby history."
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The UK Championship, from the Guild Hall, Preston, as Jimmy White defends his title. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
4.35 Final Score
A full roundup of results.
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Keith Chegwin of Channel 4's Big Breakfast drops in to be the guest scorer as more families battle to bring their grannies down to earth.
With Andrew O'Connor and Sarah Greene.
Director David G Croft ; Producer Steve Pinhay A Mentom production for BBCtv
When a stray bomb drops on the outskirts of Walmingtonon-Sea, Captain Mainwaring declares a state of martial law. With Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, John Laurie, Arnold Ridley, Ian Lavender and Bill Pertwee.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft Producer David Croft
It's a DJ reunion weekend at Crinkley Bottom as Smashie
(Harry Enfield) and Nicey (Paul Whitehouse ) visit their old mate Noel Edmonds.
Comedian Brian Conley gets a Gotcha, pianist
Richard Clayderman guests in the Gunge Tank and former Pakistan cricket captain Imran Khan Grabs-a-Grand.
Producer Jonathan Beazley
Executive producer Michael Leggo
Help Noel with his
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Tonight Terry Griffiths faces Dave Roe and MarkJohnston-Allen in the snooker challenge game. With referee John Virgo and host Jim Davidson. Director Charles Garland
Producer John Burrowes
Tom Harley arrives as a locum consultant just as student nurse Helen Chatsworth leaves.
Meanwhile, too much knowledge proves to be dangerous for
Lenny Shines , who specialises in pub quiz machines.
Episode written by Neil McKay ProducerMichael Ferguson DirectorPaul Harrison
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Michael Elphick 's
Darlington newsman has some old wounds exposed when he looks into the death of a well-respected policeman in tonight's episode of this new drama series.
Nothing more than a conventional Sunday-paper tribute would seem to be called for, as far as Harry's news agency is concerned. But a visit to ex-reporter Dan Finch raises theghostofa a 15-year-old murder trial with Masonic entanglements.
Also involved is Harry's friend
Nick, then a young detective constable. "You'regoingto hang my career out to dry," he rages, "because of a broken-down corrupt ex-copper and a personal crusade against Masonry?"
Written by Jim Hill ; Producer Martin McKeand Director Martin Stellman
A Union Pictures production forBBCtv
Highlights from two of the day's important Premiership matches, plus goal action and news from the rest. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Commentary by Barry Davies and Tony Gubba.
Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
Action drama starring Gene Hackman
A retired army colonel is convinced that his son, missing in action in Vietnam for over ten years, is still alive in a prisoner-of-war camp in Laos.
Director Ted Kotcheff (1983)
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